JUST MAKE SURE YOU PUT THE WIRES ON THE SAME EACH END, as far as water proof, you can seal it with silicone, I have never had a problem with a replacement, I would not hesitate using one, worked as a electrician for thirty five years
Originally Posted by purduepete97
Hammer55 - should the OP test his cord after removing the defective end(s) prior to re-using it? I agree some $$ can be saved replacing the ends vs buying a whole new cord, but based on some of the above posts I got the feeling that was unsafe. I have no significant electrical knowledge, so simply asking so I can learn.